Chrome

    • Fast Drawing for Everyone

      Drawing on your phone or computer can be slow and difficult—so we created AutoDraw, a new web-based tool that pairs machine learning with drawings created by talented artists to help you draw. It works on your phone, computer, or tablet (and it’s free!). So the next time you want to make a birthday card, party invite or just doodle on your phone, it’ll be as easy and fas ...

      The Official Google Blog- 23 readers -
    • Fast Drawing for Everyone

      Drawing on your phone or computer can be slow and difficult—so we created AutoDraw, a new web-based tool that pairs machine learning with drawings created by talented artists to help you draw. It works on your phone, computer, or tablet (and it’s free!). So the next time you want to make a birthday card, party invite or just doodle on your phone, it’ll be as easy and fas ...

      The Official Google Blog- 26 readers -
    • Come play with WebVR Experiments

      Everyone should be able to experience VR, and WebVR is a big step in that direction. It’s open to all browsers, making it easier for developers to create something quickly and share it with everyone, no matter what device they’re on. In February, we added WebVR to Chrome on Daydream-ready phones.

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  • Even better translations in Chrome, with one tap

    … Half the world’s webpages are in English, but less than 15 percent of the global population speaks it as a primary or secondary language. It’s no surprise that Chrome’s built-in Translate functionality is one of the most beloved Chrome features. Every day Chrome users translate more than 150 million webpages with just one click or tap. Last…

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  • Chrome: secure by default, for everyone

    … You shouldn’t need to be a security expert to browse the web, which is why we built Chrome to be secure by default, and easy to use safely by everyone. Chrome protects our users from malicious webpages by showing warnings more than 250 million times each month before users reach dangerous sites. We have also given more than $3.5 million…

    The Official Google Blog- 24 readers -
    Earlier about the same topic:
  • Chrome: secure by default, for everyone

    … You shouldn’t need to be a security expert to browse the web, which is why we built Chrome to be secure by default, and easy to use safely by everyone. Chrome protects our users from malicious webpages by showing warnings more than 250 million times each month before users reach dangerous sites. We have also given more than $3.5 million…

    The Official Google Blog- 19 readers -
  • Come play with WebVR Experiments

    … Everyone should be able to experience VR, and WebVR is a big step in that direction. It’s open to all browsers, making it easier for developers to create something quickly and share it with everyone, no matter what device they’re on. In February, we added WebVR to Chrome on Daydream-ready phones. Today, WebVR on Chrome now works with Google…

    The Official Google Blog- 21 readers -
  • Fast Drawing for Everyone

    … Drawing on your phone or computer can be slow and difficult—so we created AutoDraw, a new web-based tool that pairs machine learning with drawings created by talented artists to help you draw. It works on your phone, computer, or tablet (and it’s free!). So the next time you want to make a birthday card, party invite or just doodle on your…

    The Official Google Blog- 25 readers -
    Earlier about the same topic:
  • Taking aim at annoying page jumps in Chrome

    … down what’s on the screen. With the newest Chrome update, we’re introducing something called scroll anchoring, which locks the content you’re currently looking at to the screen, keeping you in the same spot so you can keep reading. Check out a side-by-side comparison, without and with scroll anchoring: Scroll anchoring is one of our favorite…

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